Luis R. Rodriguez
mcgrof at gmail.com
Wed May 19 15:53:33 UTC 2010
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 6:27 PM, Kevin McKinney <klmckinney1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dan, thanks for the info, I was thinking I could leverage code from an
> existing driver with similar functionality.
> By the way, the advisor will NOT require any work. The primary
> responsibility of the advisor is to verify the requirements. That is,
> making sure the developed driver actually works.
> Anybody willing to verify the finished product can serve as the advisor. If
> I have any technical questions while developing the driver, I will post them
> to the entire open source community. Please let me know if anyone is
Stupid question, have you tried plugging the device in to verify it is
indeed not supported? I have a Logitech headset with USB vendor:device
ID 046d:0a12 (yours is 046d:0a01) and it works like a charm. I believe
the device works using its own protocol and embedded firmware, it does
not need a driver. Not sure how the device exposes the audio/input
functionality to the OS yet but it does.
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